2018 Volkswagen Golf vs 2018 Honda Fit
If you’ve been looking for a sporty hatchback to add to your lineup, chances are you’ve come across the 2018 Volkswagen Golf and 2018 Honda Fit. These two models each offer a wide range of features in addition to excellent versatility and utility. It’s hard to choose just one with two highly-acclaimed names, but it must be done. Need some help choosing? Read on!
With high quality and exceptional reliability, the Golf and Fit are excellent choices for you to consider when making the decision. If you’re looking for a little extra peace of mind, though, you’d be hard-pressed finding a better choice than the Golf. The warranty is twice as long, covering you longer for more situations. Just take a peek at the comparisons in the table below.
2018 Volkswagen Golf
2018 Honda Fit
|170 hp/199 lb-ft||Horsepower/Torque||128 hp/113 lb-ft|
|Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle II||Emissions Type||Not Listed|
|13.2 gallons||Fuel Tank Capacity||10.6 gallons|
|53.7 cubic ft||Max Cargo Capacity||52.7 cubic ft|
Specs and Features in the 2018 Golf
You shouldn’t settle when it comes to performance, and with the Golf, you won’t have to. With the understanding that you want a nice mix of power and efficiency, Volkswagen equipped the 2018 Golf with a standard 1.8L turbocharged engine. It’s the best of both worlds because although you’re charged up with 170 horsepower and 199 lb-ft of torque, there’s no fuel being lost thanks to an EPA-estimated 25 city/34 hwy mpg. The Golf also comes in the GTI and R models as well, giving you a supercharged boost in power with 210 and 292 horsepower, respectively.
In addition to the performance outlined in the 2018 Golf, it also comes with some exceptional safety features. Earning an NHTSA overall safety rating of five stars will have you and your passengers experiencing the mental security that comes from standard and available safety. Features such as Forward Collision Warning, Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Monitoring, Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Traffic Alert, Adaptive Cruise Control, and more come available in the 2018 Golf.
Interested in learning more about Volkswagen’s hatchback? Get in touch with the team here at Hall Cars in Brookfield to see for yourself what has made this car last almost 35 years!